Serum ferritin level changes in children with sickle cell disease on chronic blood transfusion are nonlinear and are associated with iron load and liver injury

Thomas V. Adamkiewicz, Miguel R. Abboud, Carole Paley, Nancy Olivieri, Melanie Kirby-Allen, Elliott Vichinsky, James F. Casella, Ofelia A. Alvarez, Julio C. Barredo, Margaret T. Lee, Rathi V. Iyer, Abdullah Kutlar, Kathleen M. McKie, Virgil McKie, Nadine Odo, Beatrice Gee, Janet L. Kwiatkowski, Gerald M. Woods, Thomas Coates, Winfred WangRobert J. Adams

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